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    First off, thank you for the excellent and flexible theme, as well as the just straight up awesome support you guys provide on this forum. I’m really happy that I chose this theme.

    Anyway, my question. So I cracked open the footer.php file and had to add a bunch of stuff after the copyright line of text. No problem. However, in my case, I need to add like about 2 – 3 lines of “fine printish” legal text in this area. My problem is that, when I look at the page, the spacing between these lines of legal text is huge! I’ve been trying to play around with the css a bit, specifically the socket container, and I’m not really figuring it out.

    The idea here is that it will look like:

    ” Copyright Yada Yada “

    ” “

    ” boring legal stuff, more boring legal stuff”

    ” yet more boring legal stuff, boring legal stuff again”

    So, to be clear, my problem is that those bottom two lines have really wide spacing from eachother, which I am trying to do away with.

    Ultimately, I’d like to be able to make the text after the copyright

    1) smaller

    2) a dfifferent color

    3) with tight line spacing

    Any suggested css-fu?


    Please add a class or id to your legal stuff/text div. I’d also not wrap a span tag around a div tag – just add the font-size attribute to the div and delete the span. Then you can use following css attributes for the div:

    line-height: 10px;
    color: #999;
    font-size: 8px;


    Thanks Dude!

    That does the trick, unfortunately it makes the background of the new text white, instead of the theme color. I can’t figure out how to maintiain the theme color background against the ‘fine printish’ text. Any sugggestions?


    Realized all I needed to do was add the background color as an attribute of the div in the css! Duh!

    Got it working. Thanks again!



    Glad you fixed it.



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